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Tuesday 16th January 2018

Great recipes for the New Year

If like many of us, one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get fitter, healthier and in better shape then you’re inevitably going to be looking at your diet. We’ve pulled together some of our favourite healthy recipes to help you shake things up with PGI Welsh Lamb or PGI Welsh Beef.

Salad or Stir Fry?

Superfoods are so-called because they are packed full of the vitamSuperfood_salad_lr.jpgins and minerals our body needs to flourish and partnered with the protein in Welsh Lamb, this Superfood salad is ideal for your New Year detox.

A sumptuous stir fry is also a healthy option, more so if you replace the oil with a low-fat spray oil or olive oil. Introduce one of our favourite superfoods with this Welsh Beef, Beetroot and Feta Stir Fry or add a little zing with this Citrus Welsh Beef Rump Stir Fry.

Feeling the cold? Then heat things up this Winter with this Welsh Lamb Salad with a Warm Fruity Dressing.


Spice it up!

But don’t fret, you don’t have to stick to salads and stir frys. There are other changes you can make to your diet for a healthier lifestyle.

Big fan of takeaways? Try a ‘fakeaway’ instead. This Curry Spiced Boneless Shoulder of Welsh Lamb is a great alternative. Or if a curry isn’t your thing, why not treat yourself with a steak? Try this Fillet of Welsh Beef with Peanut, Herb & Lime Relish or this French Welsh Lamb leg steak au poivre for the perfect Friday indulgence.

Explore different flavours and cultures with this Braised Moroccan Style Welsh Lamb from Bryan Webb or spice up a classic with these Middle Eastern Welsh Lamb & Aubergine Nachos from our fantastic Llambassador, Rachel Phipps.

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